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First Look: Beyoncé for House of Dereon

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We've already been wowed by photos of Beyoncé's first post-pregnancy outfit, and now another fierce picture of Bey has emerged.

Beyoncé and Tina Knowles have unveiled the campaign image for their House of Deréon spring/summer 2012 collection, shot by famed celebrity and fashion photographer, Tony Duran. The image features the brand's muse Beyoncé, wearing a structured stud embellished bodice, a key piece from the season's spring ’12 collection.

Whilst there isn't much clue to the collection in this campaign shot (which promises to feature pastel tones, denim shirts with suede fringe detail and pleated trousers, alongside the party dresses we saw last season) Beyoncé does look incredible.

Above: Beyoncé's first post-pregnancy outing to see husband Jay Z perform.

House of Deréon is available at Selfridges and House of Fraser.

Picture credits: Getty Images

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